This is the first and largest presentation in Europe of a still largely unexamined aspect of Ad Reinhardt’s visual practice. Although the American artist is predominantly known as an abstract painter and writer, this exhibition comprises around 300 of his original political cartoons, satirical art comics and collages selected from the archives of the Estate of Ad Reinhardt , New York. These works on paper are accompanied by a slide show of digitised 35mm colour photographs by the artist, as well as a number of his travel journals, sketches and pamphlets. Most widely known for his minimal “black” canvases of the 1960s that were revered by a roster of internationally recognised younger contemporaries such as Sol LeWitt, Frank Stella, and Joseph Kosuth, Reinhardt’s broad and singular career continues to resonate today. As the South African painter Marlene

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